Author: CROW Team

Thank you, symposium participants!

Thanks, everyone, for a great symposium! #wrww18

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Symposium updates

Updates, details, and logistics regarding the Writing Research Without Walls symposium #wrww18

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Article: Corpus-informed instruction of reporting verbs

Crow team members publish “Examining the Effectiveness of Corpus-Informed Instruction of Reporting Verbs in L2 First-Year College Writing” in L2 Journal 10.3.

Arizona AntConc Workshop 2017

On November 10th, 2017, the University of Arizona Corpus Lab held its AntConc Workshop.  AntConc is an application that allows users to view useful information about a text such as the word frequency, placement of search term in the text,

C&W 2017 Workshop

We’re excited to be offering a full-day workshop at Computers & Writing 2017 — sharing some of the lessons we’ve learned from our highly nerdly inter-institutional collaborative research project. Here’s the abstract, and after the jump, the full description of the workshop.

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Crow poster at AAAL 2017

Next! After our two CCCC talks, the Crow team presented this poster (PDF) about our work in the Sunday afternoon poster session at AAAL 2017.

Corpus and computational collaboration at CCCC 2017

Our second #4C17 talk: Corpus and Computational Collaboration. Summary, slide deck and handout.

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Promoting RAD writing research at CCCC 2017

Michelle McMullin, Terrence Wang, Bradley Dilger and Shelley Staples are presenting “Promoting RAD writing research through inter-institutional collaboration” at CCCC. Here are the notes, slides, and references from our A10 presentation, (March 16, 2017). In this presentation, we describe how research

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Computers & Writing wrap up

Terrence, Michelle, Shelley, and Bradley had an excellent week at Computers & Writing 2016 in Rochester. We got to explore the interdisciplinary nature of the Crow project through the workshop we attended, our presentation, and several other interesting panels. Lots of good thinking

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PLCC 2016 Conference Report

“The Design and Research Potential of Crow for Language Research and Teaching” by Sherri Craig and Jie (Wendy) Gao The 2016 Purdue Languages and Cultures Conference (PLCC) was the first time the School of Languages and Cultures partnered with the

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